Reverse variegated spider plants (Chlorophytum comosum “Variegatum”) have inch-wide, arching leaves that grow up to 16 inches long and have white margins with green centers. The plant grows up to 2 feet tall and 3 feet wide, and produces inconspicuous white flowers and spider-like offsets on drooping stalks in the fall.
Nope. Cats mainly like spider plants because they are mildly hallucinogenic. Yes, it’s true. Similar in nature to the effects of catnip, spider plants produce chemicals that induce your cat’s obsessive behavior and fascination. Spider Plant Toxicity. You may have heard about the so-called hallucinogenic properties found in spider plants. Maybe not.